The EU wants to become climate neutral by 2050, without causing net greenhouse gas emissions. Such a net-zero goal cannot be achieved without changing economies and industries. This has a huge impact – but creates new opportunities and possibilities.
For a successful transformation, technology and data play an important role.
How exactly can technology pave the way towards a net-zero economy?
And how does Plan A – a Berlin-based Startup – support businesses in understanding where they stand and how they can reduce their carbon footprint to play an active role in the process?
Lubomila Jordanova shares the answers to these and other questions in our Know-How Event in May.
Don’t miss the chance to learn about building a sustainable economy and tackling climate issues by bringing together science and technology.
Lubomila Jordanova is the founder and CEO of PlanA.Earth, a Berlin-based startup developing an end-to-end platform that enables companies to measure, monitor and reduce their environmental footprint and improve their ESG performance.
She is also the co-founder of the Greentech Alliance, a community of 500+ startups which are connected to over 350+ advisors from VC, media and business, who help them monthly with advice and feedback.
Prior to Plan A, she worked in investment banking, venture capital and fintech in Asia and Europe. She was recently announced as Marshall Fund Fellow for 2021 and 100 Top Women in Germany 2020.
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